Kenco Millicano launch their Sunlight Blend, designed to gently awakens your senses so that you can enjoy the great taste all day long. But does it have the original flavour that made Kenco Millicano stand out from the crowd?
Many people will tell you that making curry is a labour intensive meal that is easier bought from the jar or local takeaway. But getting your curry to be tasty rather than a heated mix of heady spices needn't be time consuming or a disaster waiting to happen. We want to share with you the three companies that we think produce the right products to help you get it right - every time.
As a Mum it can be hard getting the other people in the house to try their hand at cooking, especially when they are used to the dinner 'summons' and then only reappear again when their plate is clear. So when the Cooks & Co Meal Kits arrived we put them to the test with my 23 year old son.
A LITTLE PIECE AND LOVE create hand crafted artisan chocolate curiosities, perfect for all ages and seasonal occasions produced using 100% Fair trade chocolate. Their nostalgic, pure fruit popping candy - Raspberry Fizzy Kisses - and Fruity Florentines - Flossie's Buttons - are the perfect scrumptious treats for the summer.
The award-winning Ambrette restaurants in Margate and Rye, hope to draw attention to the enormous amounts of edible food we waste in Britain, through two charity dinners. Chef Patron Dev Biswal will create a gourmet six-course tasting menu using ingredients commonly discarded by restaurants, supermarkets, butchers, fishmongers and domestic kitchens - with proceeds donated to provide humanitarian aid in South Sudan via the Red Cross.
How much are you really getting for your money? And can your local butcher really offer something the supermarkets can't? We took three different chickens and went on an afternoon cooking spree to find out 'pound for pound' or kilo for kilo, just what you are getting for your money. Would the butcher's chicken triumph over the Finest supermarket range? And are Value chickens really that?